California Northstate University (CNU) announced plans to build a 250-bed teaching hospital adjacent to its campus in Elk Grove.
The California Northstate University Medical Center will provide Level II trauma care, acute and comprehensive medical care, and physician training.
According to the City of Elk Grove, the project is expected to cost US$750 million.
The hospital is expected to create more than 24, 000 new jobs over the next 10 years and it will improve public safety and emergency response times.
The construction is projected to begin in 2019 and is expected to complete by 2022.
California Northstate University Medical Center hospital will serve the critical medical needs of the Elk Grove community and Sacramento region with the highest quality care.
The 250-bed teaching hospital will meet health workforce needs and improve access to health care.
The addition of a new teaching hospital will further expand access to care and health professions education.
The plans of California Northstate University include the construction of a Level II trauma center and the hospital is expecting to generate US$4.04 billion in regional economic output.
|Name||California Northstate University (CNU)|
|Parties Involved||California Northstate University (CNU)|
|Schedule||Scheduled to be operational in 2022|